30 Day Husband Encouragement Challenge: Day 23


Let your speech always be with grace. (Col. 4:6a)


You’re moving toward the home stretch of your 30-day challenge! Just a reminder of what you’ve committed:

“You can’t say anything negative about your husband . . . to your husband . . . or to anyone else, about your husband. “Each day, say something that you admire or appreciate about your husband . . . to your husband . . . and to someone else, about your husband!

In all things showing yourself to be a pattern of good works. (Titus 2:7a)

Does the “30-Day Encouragement Challenge” seem like hard work? Or is it becoming a pleasant exercise in genuine Christ-likeness in your home? You are only scratching the surface of ways to encourage your mate.

Is your husband organized? Is he diligent? Is he persistent? These are all related to a pattern of personal disciplines that are worthy of your praise. Affirm him for one or more of these traits that you see in him.

Some men have not developed these qualities because they are naturally more spontaneous. You can praise his spontaneity! Perhaps God has called you alongside to help him with disciplines he has not yet developed—but this does not include nagging. You can keep him organized.
Whatever the need, you can be your husband’s cheerleader, encouraging him when he wants to give up.


If you missed any of the previous days, click here or on 30 Day Husband Encouragement Challenge in the sidebar to catch up.


Yours for the celebration of marriage,

Claudia

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Copyright Revive Our Hearts. Written by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. Used with permission. www.ReviveOurHearts.com

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